How do we think about and process recent events? As followers of Jesus Christ, what can we do to interrupt and dismantle white supremacy, and push back against racism in all its forms?
Please visit the Racial Justice Page to participate in the Anti-Racism Opportunities.
The church building is closed until further notice. We're worshipping virtually!
In Christ’s Peace,
Michael D. Kirby,
Every week we have a lot going on:
Every Tuesday of Lent at 10:30 a.m., we will gather on Zoom for Bible Study centered on the key preaching texts for Lent, coupled with beautiful works created by the artists of A Sanctified Art.
A combination of Lectio Divina Bible study and reflection on theses images with enable a multisensory encounter with scripture. Each Zoom gathering will be recorded and made available privately to Northminster members on our YouTube channel, with each link published in the Wednesday email the day after each class.
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It has the latest schedules, words from our pastors, and notices of schedule changes. During Lent, the newsletter comes out daily and includes a Lenten Devotion and anti-racism opportunities.
Again and Again: The Cost of Listening (Psalm 22:23-31; Mark 8:31-38). Rev. Michael D. Kirby
Northminster's sign has been defaced several times recently. Neighbors and the congregation have responded with a new sign and support!
Northminster's response to the killing of George Floyd.
Northminster's Facebook sunder service videos during the COVID-19 Stay-Home Order.
The church is closed for meetings until further notice. Read the latest update.